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0 success, anything else is failure.

Perfect. I get an error and must ask you what it is? Ok, I try to start a burn process from my program. If I use the call in a shell it works fine, if I start it in my program I get the error 2147220840. Can you tell me what it is?

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I don't know any other error codes, since I only made sure that you can check for the existence of an error.

Probably, an exception occurs, which should be readable in the command line output.

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Perfect. I get an error and must ask you what it is? Ok, I try to start a burn process from my program. If I use the call in a shell it works fine, if I start it in my program I get the error 2147220840. Can you tell me what it is?

According to google that's:- SIGNATURE_ERROR_UNABLE_TO_GET_DATA_TO_SIGN_OR_VERIFY

http://www.spreadsheetvalidation.com/zi ... %203.6.pdf

Last page, 4th down. Hope it helps.

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Probably, an exception occurs, which should be readable in the command line output.

Yes an exception occurs, but with no usefull information.

An error occured while executing the command: Ausnahme von HRESULT: 0x80040280

But, let me explain it step by step. The first problem was the escaping of quotation marks in my command line arguments. In my program I have the arguments in a list of strings and the process call looks like this:

cdbxpcmd.exe --burn-data -device:0 -dao -close -iso:\"F:/image.iso\" -file:\"F:/Folder/image.gho\" -name:\"Backup\"

That did not work. After I remove all '\"' it works as expected, for an image. If I want to burn a real DVD, I get the above exception (Error code -2147220864):

cdbxpcmd.exe --burn-data -device:0 -dao -close -file:F:/Folder/image.gho -name:Backup

Starting to write disc...1 Files, Size: -723208,00 KB

An error occured while executing the command: Ausnahme von HRESULT: 0x80040280

After some more tests I get the solution, the '-dao' was too much.

Now it works, thanks for the attention.

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Guest jtakacs

I am running version I4.3.5.2256 and seem to be having an issue similar to above. I am running the following command in a .cmd file and get a HRESULT: 0x80040280,

cdbxpcmd.exe --burn-data -sao -device:0 -folder[\SEPM_updates]:..\SEPM_updates

When I run the above command without the -sao, it works but I can't append any data onto this dvd. Any help would be appreciated.

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I stated that the command will not work when using -sao, which is what I need to use multi-session burning.

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cdbxpcmd.exe --burn-data -sao -device:0 -folder[\SEPM_updates]:..\SEPM_updates

Starting to write disc...8 Files, Size: 340.21 MB

An error occured while executing the command: Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040280

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Guest jtakacs

Hi Flo,

I am not actually getting the error in the GUI version of the software. The GUI allows me to do multisession DVDs, but I need to be able to do multisession DVD burning from the command line, so that I can script it. Will this logging feature still work for just the command line?

Thanks!

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Guest jtakacs

Hi Flo,

I appears that logging does not work via command line as after using the GUI to turn on logging the log was never created, even after running from command line.

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The logging does work after using the GUI, but it does not log anything from my command calls to the application.

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